Ek hi din mein shuddh hawa chahiye sabko. Diwali ki safai mein hi 3-4 din lag jate hain. Sabr kar lo bhai. Sarkaar hai, P. C. Sorcar nahi!
Media priorities right now - 1. Odd-Even 2. Lodha committee 3. Saas bahu 4. Pathankot attack 5. Consulate attack . . . 20. NE earthquake...
Fitbit Day 1 Report: Sleep: 11 hours Calorie intake: 2000 cal Steps: 12 (to the fridge) Floors climbed: Bro lift hai. Calories burnt: LOL...
If you've to think twice before pronouncing the Brand's name, it's definitely going to be expensive.
1 Jan 2016: I am going to exercise. 7 Jan 2016: I am going to exercise my right to eat and drink and sleep.
Everything that we do in our lives, be it our education, our career, our choice of partner and the decision to raise a family, stems from one desire. The desire to live a life that matters.Some people sit and think about a different life, and then there are some like Rob Bialostocki who go out and actually do it. The result? A Life That Matters, which is a blog chronicling Rob's travels and the things he gleaned from them. Rob visited the BlogAdda office during his time in India, and very kindly agreed to share his experiences and views in an interview. Read (and watch below) as he opens up his wealth of knowledge for us.
A woman's body is hers and her space cannot be violated citing "provocation" as reason.
Indhuja Pillai is a young blogger currently working in Bangalore, but you might know her as the person who set up marry.indhuja.com, a site where she looked for potential suitors for herself (in a tongue in cheek manner, of course), after her parents created a profile for her on a matrimonial site. Her one page site too off like nobody's business, and soon went viral, with the youngsters-hounded-by-their-parents-to-get-married crowd identifying with Indhuja and her problem. BlogAdda caught up with Indhuja for an interview about the comet that lit up her her blogging career - marry.indhuja.com and other things.
For each one of us, our choice of clothing, accessories, interior decor and everything else that we surround ourselves with is a reflection of our style. Some people are naturally born with an innate sense of unique style, that stands out from the crowd. If you consider yourself part of this group, we have just the right weekend offer for you - be a #BestZapCurator!
'What do you want to be when you grow up?' Is a question that every child is asked. This question is enough to spark dreams among kids, and put them on the path of fulfilling their aspirations. As we grow up, some of us forget the lofty dreams we had and look for more sensible options. On the other hand, the ones who get the right guidance fly high and achieve what they set out to do. We want to hear all about your dreams and the guidance that helped you along the way for the #AdviceThatMattered activity in association with Stoodnt!
Did you just play the the title song of 'The Jungle Book' in your head on reading the title? For the generation that grew up in the 80s and 90s, Sunday mornings meant rushing to the TV when the Jungle Book song started and plonking yourself in front of the screen to be a part of Mowgli, Baloo, Bagheera, Kaa and Shere Khan's adventures! As The Jungle Book movie gets ready to release on the 8th of April, dive into the deep recesses of the jungle where you spent your childhood with Mowgli, and tell us your favourite bits about the The Jungle Book!
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his week, keep the world aside, and finally turn your attention to the story that was never written. Give it some TLC, pore over it, and make it realize its destiny! Complete your unfinished symphony and share it with the world through this week’s WOW and give it the glory it deserves!
Hello India! Little paper and plastic flags have started making an appearance at traffic signals and in trains, heralding the day which makes our hearts swell with pride. Monday will mark our 70th Independence Day and will make us realize once again that the date 15th August holds supreme importance in every Indian's heart. The day marks the India's freedom from years of British slavery and their oppressive reign of hundred years. 70 years in, India as an independent nation has made giant strides of progress. Now we want you to image what India will look like in 2050, and write a WOW post about it!
This Friendship Day, write a letter to your oldest friend, and let the world know your version of friendship. ell them about your life, reminisce about the old days, and see what they're up to now. You might still be in touch with them or even meet them regularly, but chances are that you don't tell each other how much you mean to each other, because it's supposed to be a given
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